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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Rose - I was photographing this bird on a pole for about five minutes when it took off hunting. It flew close overhead and I couldn't even get it all in but that was OK. The light was perfect.
Views: 618
Date: March 7, 2016
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
  Kingston-Wolfe Island This is the whitest bird I have come across this year.
Views: 691
Date: March 3, 2016
Details: Male, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - Wolfe Island. Finally had a chance to shoot a great looking male. This was a banner day. We made a concerted effort to do a Snowy count and ended up with 47 birds. Without knowing key places to look and how to look (have to stay until after sunset) you'd come away with about 20-25 birds which is still great.
Views: 608
Date: February 4, 2016
Details: Male, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Rose - Went back to a favourite regional location today and was surprised to see a good number of Snowies. Most were still on the ground at a distance but a couple were closer to the road.
Views: 631
Date: February 1, 2016
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - Wolfe Island This bird called (a shriek) about a dozen times over a five minute period. It was not calling to me but possibly to a bird in the distance. Most of the time it was facing away as it called. It was the most I have heard any Snowy Owl call.
Views: 587
Date: January 7, 2016
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - A heavily barred juvenile was actively hunting.
Views: 680
Date: January 21, 2016
Details: Female, Juvenile
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Rose - back to check on our regional Snowies on a snowy day. For a change this bird was perched at eye level on a sign rather than atop a power pole.
Views: 645
Date: January 1, 2016
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Rose - there was just enough sunlight to highlight the bird's beautiful eyes. As usual, the bird was on a pole, annoyingly oblivious to me in my van. She did occasionally look, just long enough to get the shots I was after. She didn't care about small vehicles but she took off when a noisy larger truck passed by.
Views: 663
Date: December 28, 2015
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - this one has the look of a Bateman painting.
Views: 664
Date: December 16, 2015
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Kingston - I came across yet another gorgeous bird today. The sombre sky provided nice even tones for the owl. WIth no snow they show up better than during the depths of winter. I love the talons.
Views: 619
Date: December 16, 2015
Details: Female
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Presqu'ile Provincial Park - I thought I'd give you a rare glimpse into the world of the Snowy Owl. If you look closely you'll see that this bird is in the process of coughing up a pellet which consists of undigested fur, bones and in this specific case, a few small feathers (duck may have been on the menu). It took it about a minute before the pellet was expelled. This shot was about 5 seconds before it was out. The gray mass is about 2" long and nearly an inch wide. By examining owl pellets you can gauge what its recent meals have been.
Views: 498
Date: December 10, 2015
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Wolfe Island (Kingston) - Notice the difference in appearance with the other bird I posted. I love the stern look. This bird was perched on a large bale close to the road offering a close but brief photo op.
Views: 452
Date: December 10, 2015
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) Presqu'ile Provincial Park - The face of this bird is unusual. It is almost clown-like. It coughed up a large pellet shortly after this photo was taken. Duck was on the menu.
Views: 495
Date: December 10, 2015
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Brian Morin  (See all photos - 1046) (Comments - 2421)
Canada (Ontario) St. Rose - one of the first I have photographed for the season although birds have been in the east for weeks. A number of new birds have arrived since the weekend.
Views: 413
Date: December 1, 2015
Details: Female, Adult
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Snowy Owl (202) (Nyctea scandiaca) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1427) (Comments - 4173)
Canada (Qu├ębec) First snow of the winter season set in today, and with it came my first Snowy Owl photo of the season. A note related to this photo - whether a good or bad idea, the Montreal Airport authority has a fauna control officer who I saw while taking this photo setting a large trap. The plan is to capture the owl and I believe to relocate it farther away from the airport. My thought - the Snowy Owl is rather stationary and insignificant compared to other hazards that airplanes face such as large flocks of Canada Geese, etc.
Views: 538
Date: November 24, 2015
Details: Immature
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